Those who read this morning’s round-up will have noticed a story in The Guardian claiming Williams would be removing their long-standing tribute to Ayrton Senna in the form of his ‘S’ logo from their cars:
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2012/07/08/f1-fanatic-roundup-087/ (eighth link)
Williams just announced the following:
To everyone asking, the Senna ‘S’ is still present on our cars and won’t be coming off….. #neverforgotten
The story in questions was in The Guardian and the article has now been amended online with the following clarification:
This article was amended on 8 July 2012. The original said the “S”, a tribute to Ayrton Senna, had been taken off the Williams car. This is incorrect and the “S” remains.
On one hand it’s surprising that this detail was wrong in the first place. On the other hand I appreciate The Guardian owning up to and correcting their mistake.
After all, we’ve seen several examples this year of F1 stories mysteriously disappearing from other websites without explanation: